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Mar 20, 2013 9:00am PDT
the federation for american immigration reform, bob dade, who says that amnestyville will split the party. that seems like an inevitable piece. >> maybe. >> what does it do? is it strong enough at the top that they can form a bulwark against -- >> the republican party has -- michael might disagree -- but always been pretty good at controlling its grass rots. that wasn't the case in 2010, but they're making a serious effort to regain control of it. and the raven paul days are kind of gone. >> what did that mean, curt? overwhelmingly they are not minority dominated. and therefore a vote for comprehensive reform may be against their own sort of base. >> yes, but you saw as soon as the last election was over this exterior come to jesus moment on all sorts of republicans. they're not stupid in the majority, i assume, i hope, or crazy, the republicans, and they're going to see this isn't on the wrong side of history, but on the wrong side of near-term electoral strategy. what rand paul is saying, essentially, is what the president said, you know, they have to give -- they they have to be at the
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